Who are we?

The H.O.M.E Residents’ Association (RA) exists for the benefit of the residents in:

Havelock Road, Outram Road, Mulberry Lane, Elgin Road, Ashburton Road, Ashburton Gardens, Ashburton Close and the bounding Addiscombe Road and Lower Addiscombe Road.

We aim to preserve, conserve and improve the environment in our roads.

The committee meets throughout the year and keep residents up-to-date with activities via flyers, newsletters, twitter and facebook.

Our Success Story

In 2004 there was a planning application to demolish an old Victorian house in Havelock Road and to build a block of 12 flats, boundary to boundary and stretching half the way down the garden, on the site. Many residents objected to the application and this led directly to the creation of H.O.M.E RA.


On 31st March 2008, our roads were designated part of the East India Conservation Area - as a result of objections to a planning application at 40-42 Elgin Road.

Image by João Lucas Stutz


February 2022

Contact our councillor Jeet to get involved in Chess, Gardening and other community activities to engage young people in Addiscombe...

Special Messages


New to Addiscombe?

Or want to know what you can & can't do in our conservation area?

The Big Lunch

June 2022

On 4th June we organised a Platinum Jubilee Big Lunch in Mulberry Lane to celebrate the life and 70 year reign of Her Majesty the Queen.​


March 2022

The last H.O.M.E clean-up focused on the narrows and overhanging vegetation.

Tea and cake afterwards at Mira's house.


March 2022

Conversations continue with Council officers and our local politicians to try to make some tangible progress in improving the unacceptable...

Have your say

August 2022

Current over-development planning applications:

- Flat 6, 56 Ashburton Road

- 34 Outram Road

Refugee support

February 2022

Refugee crisis charity Care4Calais is seeking volunteers and donations to help support asylum seekers and refugees in Croydon.

Covid info:

Croydon Council Covid Information
Gov UK Covid Information

Our MP's updates:

H.O.M.E Twitter page:

H.O.M.E Facebook group: